Ozzy Osbourne Disturbing Drug Accusation Revealed By Big Name


A study that explores the tendencies of the human brain has revealed why Ozzy Osbourne has survived drug and alcohol problems for decades. Lars Ulrich revealed recently what Ozzy Osbourne did to Metallica.

In 2010, when scientists at Knome Inc. were looking to study a special human’s DNA, and the Cambridge, Mass.-based human genome company reached out to Ozzy Osbourne to find out how he had survived hard living. They discovered a ‘mutation’ and genetic variations that predisposed him to drug and alcohol dependencies.

Bill Sullivan wrote in his new book, ‘Pleased to Meet Me: Genes, Germs and the Curious Forces that Make Us Who We Are’ that Ozzy is a mutant.

Page Six reports that he said, “Ozzy is indeed a genetic mutant.”

There’s a gene variant for a sweet tooth, specific emotions, sexual orientation, political views, and much more. “After all these years of thinking we were free agents, we’ve come to realize that most, if not all, of our behavior is not of our own volition,” writes Sullivan, a professor at the Indiana University School of Medicine. Howard Stern revealed a brutal Ozzy Osbourne secret last week.

The book is described as: “I can’t believe I just said that.” “What possessed me to do that?” “What’s wrong with me?” We’re constantly seeking answers to these fundamental human questions, and now, science has the answers. The foods we enjoy, the people we love, the emotions we feel, and the beliefs we hold can all be traced back to our DNA, germs, and environment. This witty, colloquial book is popular science at its best, describing in everyday language how genetics, epigenetics, microbiology, and psychology work together to influence our personality and actions. Mixing cutting-edge research and relatable humor, Pleased to Meet Me is filled with fascinating insights that shine a light on who we really are–and how we might become our best selves.